5 happiness hacks that drive productivity, sales, and creativity.
HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL
ALUMNI NEWS

News, notes, and special events
for HBS alumni

SE­PTEMBER 25, 2­016

 
Portrait Project at 15

Tony Deifell’s (MBA 2002) unique collection of words and pictures marks 15 years of capturing the personal side of the MBA experience. MORE

Christensen on Competing Against Luck

In our Skydeck alumni podcast series, Professor Clay Christensen (MBA 1979, DBA 1992) reveals how his business theory has affected his home life. Now on iTunes!  MORE

Brewing Success

Karan Bilimoria (PPL 2011), founder of Cobra Beer, talks about the company’s beginnings, affirms his lifelong commitment to education, and offers top tips for entrepreneurs. MORE

» More alumni stories—updated daily «

 


 
Webinars
5 Happiness Hacks That Drive Productivity, Sales, and Creativity

SE­PTEMBER 28, 2­016, 12:­00–1:­00 P.M. EDT
The Happiness Equation author Neil Pasricha (MBA 2007) will provide models to create lasting happiness including building diverse support networks, managing energy and stress, and leveraging time management.
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COMING UP ON OC­TOBER 5:
Negotiating the Impossible: How to Break Deadlocks and Resolve Ugly Conflicts (without Money or Muscle)

 
HBS News
Prepare For Your Interview With Research

Have an upcoming interview? Baker Library shares resources and strategies to help you prepare. Brought to you by HBS Career & Professional Development. more


Class and Section Secretaries Wanted!

Do you like staying in touch with your class- and sectionmates? Do you miss reading their news in Class Notes in the Alumni Bulletin? Many classes have openings for Class Notes correspondents, who gather news and write the quarterly Notes columns. Check out the latest Notes to see if your section or class has a vacancy, then contact Class Notes Editor Keith Larson, who can help you get started.

 

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Alumni who give annually to the HBS Fund for Leadership and Innovation keep the School on the cutting edge of management education. LEARN MORE

 
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